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December 23, 1990 | JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For 60 years the Elliott-Pope Preparatory School has educated children of the famous and wealthy, turning often unmotivated teen-agers into college-bound graduates with its formula of rigorous academics, live-in faculty and wilderness study programs. Nestled beneath a canopy of pines and oaks outside Idyllwild, the school has cultivated the children of Frank Sinatra and Art Linkletter as well as the offspring of many American corporate captains and foreign magnates.
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January 28, 2009 | Maura Dolan
After a Lutheran school expelled two 16-year-old girls for having "a bond of intimacy" that was "characteristic of a lesbian relationship," the girls sued, contending the school had violated a state anti-discrimination law. In response to that suit, an appeals court decided this week that the private religious school was not a business and therefore did not have to comply with a state law that prohibits businesses from discriminating.
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January 28, 2009 | Maura Dolan
After a Lutheran school expelled two 16-year-old girls for having "a bond of intimacy" that was "characteristic of a lesbian relationship," the girls sued, contending the school had violated a state anti-discrimination law. In response to that suit, an appeals court decided this week that the private religious school was not a business and therefore did not have to comply with a state law that prohibits businesses from discriminating.
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December 23, 1990 | JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For 60 years the Elliott-Pope Preparatory School has educated children of the famous and wealthy, turning often unmotivated teen-agers into college-bound graduates with its formula of rigorous academics, live-in faculty and wilderness study programs. Nestled beneath a canopy of pines and oaks outside Idyllwild, the school has cultivated the children of Frank Sinatra and Art Linkletter as well as the offspring of many American corporate captains and foreign magnates.
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September 29, 1988
Gambling among California teen-agers may have increased as much as 50% since the state lottery began in 1985, a study of two high schools in Riverside County suggests. Contributing to the problem, it was found, is lack of regulatory controls at lottery ticket outlets. The survey indicates that California teen-agers may be spending $10 million a year on gambling of all kinds.
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October 11, 2007 | Sharon Bernstein, Tami Abdollah and Andrew Blankstein, Times Staff Writers
In a region built around the automobile, the ritual of boys and young men racing their cars down highways and city streets was a problem long before 1950s hotrods fought for asphalt supremacy on Whittier Boulevard, Mulholland Drive and Pacific Coast Highway. But despite decades of trying, police are still struggling to fight the dangerous practice, which has been highlighted in the last year by a string of tragic collisions. Teenagers Pablo H.
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